Swap shop for charity

A local charity is inviting people to come along and socialise at a jumble sale-cum-swapshop at a Little Wenlock home in November. Visitors are invited to bring along pre-loved clothes, shoes and bags, jewellery, books, CDs and DVDs (but no bric-a-brac!), and sales will be by donation. So you can refresh your winter wardrobe while raising money for Friend of Conakry Refugee School (FCRS), which funds a school in Guinea that helps educate child refugees from Liberia and Sierra Leone. Christmas cards will also be on sale.

Visitors can browse, buy, chat, and enjoy a cuppa and a scone and jam, and there will be a raffle and artwork for sale. The event takes place on Sunday 11 November from 11am to 3pm at 38 Coalmoor Lane, Coalmoor near Little Wenlock TF4 3QB, home of the charity’s Ruth Walmsley, and it costs £5 to join in. Call 01952 876703 or 01746 712375.


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